DL-series servos feature reliable 3-pole ferrite core motors - they're the workhorse of the servo industry

There comes a time when servos with BLS (brushless) motors make perfect sense - experience teaches you when.

10lbs of force, or 160oz-in, is enough to fly giant scale model - unheard of in mini-size servos - in coreless and BLS.

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DYK - how to care for LiPo packs?

Learn how a simple chart for measuring the at rest voltage of a LiPo battery pack helps determine the state of charge, or remaining capacity. The best part? It's both easy and free!

Worse than wasted motion?

At last, an easy way to eliminate wasted servo control-motion because of flight loads rocking the servo on the rubber vibration mounts.

Ubiquitous in the workshop

An essential workshop component, a common design defect comes from depending on foam weatherstrip to protect the fuselage surface - oops!

Move concrete blocks!

Selecting servos for a 118" wingspan Extra 260 powered by 150cc engine, is no laughing matter. When a District 7 IMAC-pilot reports . . . (more)

Servo secrets

There are three basic types of motor inside the servo. In order of desirability these are: brushed, coreless, and brushless. Learn more . . .